Alton Towers launches Cadbury-themed hotel room that comes with free chocolate

Chocolate fans, rejoice.

Alton Towers, a theme park in Staffordshire, has just unveiled a Cadbury-themed room with purple furnishings that match the confectioner’s Dairy Milk packaging.

The sweet suites are perfect for families because they can cater to up to six guests at a time.

In the Willy Wonka style lodgings, which have cogs and dials on the wall, there’s a double bed, double sofa bed and pair of bunkbeds.

And that’s not all, thrill-seekers staying in the suite can play a game that involves finding a secret stash of chocolate.

Bars have been hidden in the room and guests must complete puzzles and follow clues in order to locate them.

Janet Gurr, Hotels and Accommodation Development Director said: “We were really excited to partner with Cadbury to create our new chocolate room.

"After a fun-filled day of thrilling world-class rollercoasters and splashtastic water rides, families can continue the magic in the chocolate factory themed suite and hunt for the hidden chocolate bars.

“We pride ourselves on creating thrilling, memorable and innovative experiences and we’re sure our guests will love the latest addition in our portfolio of unique themed suites.”

If chocolate doesn’t float your boat, there’s no need to fret.

Other fun themed rooms at Alton Towers include the brand new Gangsta Granny suite, inspired by David Walliams’ popular kids series.

Alton Towers is reopening on April 12 in line with government guidelines.

To celebrate guests being allowed back at the theme park, a carnival is being thrown.

A Mardi Gras-themed event is taking place from May 22 to June 20.

The website explains: “This May join us in getting the summer vibes going with the brand-new Alton Towers Mardi Gras!

“This Carnival inspired takeover will dazzle you with an explosion of colours, sounds, high energy entertainment and so much more!

“Not forgetting that you will have the chance to ride our thrilliant world-class rollercoasters and fantaboulous family faves as the sun goes down (starts going down – into the sunset) as well as try some utterly delicious food from around the world. Don’t miss out!”

Day passes can be snapped up from £34 per person.

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